Step 4: Cutting and Gluing 1/4" pieces

I cut four 5x5 inch pieces of 1/4" plwood that I could glue to the 3/4" to make the table thick enough to hold the legs.

Using a straight edge, I found the center points of each 5x5 square, and marked it with an X. This way, I knew where to center each bracket over the bonded plywood.

I roughed up the corners of the 3/4" plywood slab, and then anchored the 5x5 plates with glue. 

After clamping for 30 minutes, the glue was set.
<p>want so badly :D nice 'ible</p>
What a cool idea!
I'd call the regular pliers &quot;bullnose&quot;
We couldn't remember what they were called! Thanks. <br /> <br />(As a joke, we started calling them wide-mouth pliers.)
We simply call them pliers, we get specific only if we need some other sort of pliers. When you go to the store to buy them, they are labeled slip joint pliers
reminded me of my bedroom. i have a wall covered in A3 paper that i use as a whiteboard (mostly reminders and rough sketches)
Ya.. and $60 for a set of legs seems crazy too. I love the idea, but this project is big budget for DIY.
Such an Awesome way of bringing Dreams to life!<br><br>It's amazing! What a great idea for kids and adults alike!<br><br>Artists, Doodlers &amp; Sketchers will go nuts for this :P<br><br>Great Job, I know what my weekend project is now....
I love everything except the price of the paper pad. $52! Yikes!
Lovely post with lots of good pictures. Thanks for taking the time. <br>N
IKEA - they solve problems at home that ya never even knew you had!!! :)
This is such an awesome idea, really :D <br /> <br />also: totally famouuuus

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